Bhargavacharitham Moonam Khandam

Bhargavacharitham Moonam Khandam (transl. The History of Bhargavan, Third Chapter) is a 2006 Indian Malayalam-language film directed by Jomon starring Mammootty, Sreenivasan and Rahman. The lead characters are inspired by the film Analyze This though the plot is original.

Bhargavacharitham Moonam Khandam
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Directed byJomon
Produced byNoushad
Written bySreenivasan (screenplay)
Jomon (story)
Sai Kumar
Mohan Jose
Salim Kumar
Shamna Kasim
K.P.A.C. Lalitha
Music byOuseppachan
Alex Paul
CinematographyManoj Pillai
Edited byP. C. Mohanan
Release date
  • 31 August 2006 (2006-08-31)


The plot is inspired by the Harold Ramis-directed classic black comedy Analyze This (1999), with Robert De Niro playing a mafia don who due to frequent bouts of anxiety attacks gets treated by a famous psychiatrist enacted by the great comedy actor Billy Crystal.[1]

Bhargavan (Mammootty) is a dreaded underworld don of Kochi but he suffers from anxiety attacks and can neither lift a gun nor beat up anyone. Bhargavan decides to help himself by seeking psychiatric help from Dr Santharam (Sreenivasan). Santharam is scared of the don and refuses to give him treatment. Bhargavan being desperate, starts living in Santharam's house and starts threatening him.

Meanwhile, the news that Santharam is treating Bhargavan gets out. The real culprit behind Bhargavan is the character played by Sai Kumar who is the head of narcotic cell. He hears the news and tries to kill Santharam. He has to flee and get rescued as a worker in Jumbo Circus which is then playing in Tamil Nadu. But Bhargavan finds his location with the help of Santhara's assistant and goes there. There Santharam reveals that it was Bhargavan's conscience that prevents him from doing bad activities. Santharam encourages him to stop all illegal activities and Bhargavan decides to go against his boss and turn into a good man.



  1. ^ "Review : Bhargava Charitham Moonam Khandam". Archived from the original on 2 September 2006. Retrieved 26 July 2015.

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